Electricity, Phone, Internet, TV, Radio, Public Transportation, Banking, Postal and Other Services in El Salvador
Some of the public transportations available in the country are bus (tender a good service but frequently crowded), taxi (are not metered and usually hired in daytime), trains (there are inadequate number of trains in the country and Ferrocarriles Nacionales de El Salvador is the national railroad corporation) and car hire (offered in San Salvador and in international and local airports).
To list some of the airports in the country are Corral de Mulas Airport, Entre Rios Airport, El Salvador International Airport, El Tamarindo, La Cabana Airport, Ilopango International Airport, Santa Clara Airport and Punta San Juan Airport. The ports and harbors in the country are Acajutla, La Libertad, La Unión, Puerto Cutuco and Puerto El Triunfo.
Communication in the country include radio (commercial stations are Radio Cadena Central, FM Globo, Femenina 102.5 and Radio YSKL), television (there are 98 television broadcast stations in 2005 and commercial channels consist of TV Doce, Canal Seis and Teledos), telephone (main lines in use is around 1.1 million in 2006), mobile cellular (around 3.9 million in 2006), Internet (Internet users are almost 640,000 in 2005 and accessible in San Salvador and other tourist destinations), post (the main office is in Centro de Gobierno) and press (La Prensa Gráfica, El Mundo and El Diario de Hoy are the newspapers issued in San Salvador everyday and also there are numerous regional papers).